Many times people viewing this page are looking to understand what it looks like to have a once in a lifetime project done on their property. Hopefully, you are not regularly needing to have a massive pool removed from your backyard. Take a look at the various situations we have documented here and don't hesitate to ask any questions. I have included a few of each situations that are the most common however, every job is very different and each project is treated with that unique view in mind.
Every image is from a project completed by Rock Creek Excavation and usually right in the middle of the project. We try to take pictures of the most dynamic parts of the job to give an understanding to the homeowners of what these projects really entail.
Getting rid of all the rubble will save you on future trouble.
Pools removed long after their time has past. This pool demolition had all the neighbors excited.
Getting a pool recycled is the best way to remove a pool. The recycled gravel generated is used for compactible fill material.
Demolition of enclosure surrounding pool before pool was taken out.
Pool and surrounding deck completely removed. Demolition of pool structure allowed drainage for a badly graded yard.
Keeping your fill material tight is what keeps your pool removal project from coming back to haunt you years later. This project required several tons of RC6 to stabilize the fill area.
Demolition and complete removal of a 50 year old swimming pool in Silver Spring, MD
Just a bit too close to make any mistakes. Removal of concrete patio along side of house. Pool and patio were removed completely.
This inground swimming pool was demolished and buried in place.
The "after" picture. Bethesda pool removal. 1000 sq ft pool demolished and completely removed.
The entire inground pool was removed from a very small yard in Herndon VA.
Vinyl liner pool removal in Annandale, VA
Very tight access to this pool. Removed the entire pool through a very tight access.
Every bit of this pool was removed. Before hauling, the entire pool was broken into small pieces.
Indoor pool removal. Pool was able to be filled to expand the living space inside the home.
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